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Living the Dream or Feeling the Burn? The Sobering Realities of Physician Mental Health

This session will use case-based and data-based discussion of psychological well-being among physicians, including risk factors associated with distress and strategies to promote wellness. Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to: Discuss the prevalence of burnout, depression, and suicide among physicians Describe risk factors…

When to Call the Lawyer – GME November 10, 2016

Objectives: 1. Recognize the role of legal counsel in assisting program directors and departments. 2. Identify situations in which a lawyer should be involved. 3. Collect the information legal counsel will need to be able to assist you.   Presenter: Ryan Fuller, Senior University Counsel…

Feedback and difficult conversations-November 9, 2016

Feedback and difficult conversations: What I should’ve said was… Description: This interactive workshop will explore the barriers to giving feedback, and use case-based scenarios to facilitate discussion of approaches to the uncomfortable conversation.   Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to: Recognize effective…

Unconscious Bias – October 18, 2016

This discussion based workshop will introduce the concepts of unconscious bias. We will begin to explore our own biases and discuss ways of mitigating the effects. Goals and Objectives: Recognize how unconscious bias impacts our decisions. Demonstrate awareness of your own background and it impacts your perceptions.

Understanding Your Fringe Benefits Package

Overview of Insurance, Retirement and Other Benefits     Presented by: Brian N. Berryman, MBA Assistant Director, Administrative Affairs College of Medicine Objectives: 1. Understanding the difference between College, University and State-level insurance offerings 2. Awareness of retirement plan contribution opportunities and available…

Coaching for Resilience to Foster Wellness in Faculty, Residents, and Students.

Description: This session is designed to identify and describe the five resiliency assets, and how they can be maximized to foster wellness in medical professionals.       Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to: 1. Define resiliency 2. List the five resiliency…

RSVP for the COM Faculty Appreciation Reception on October 19, 2016

  Don’t forget to RSVP by October 12th! You are cordially invited to attend the UF College of Medicine Faculty Appreciation Reception on Wednesday, October 19, 2016. Please join us as we celebrate all of our faculty and award-winning researchers, educators and clinicians.  The event will take place from…

I didn’t know New Innovations could do that!

NI functions that can help you run your program October 25, 2016 12:00pm – 1:00pm (Teleconferenced to Gainesville, HSC C3-17)   Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: Collect data and create reports through New Innovations Understand the mechanics of incorporating…

Faculty as Teachers – September 14, 2016

The Faculty as Teachers (FasT) program provides an introduction to key educational elements. The first step is learning how to write effective learning objectives – participants are given tools to practice writing learning objectives across the domains of knowledge, skills and attitudes. The next step is, based on…